Do we need to improve smartphones any further or are they good enough? What would you really like to see a major improvement in? Do we need better batteries and displays, or greater durability and longevity?
The Samsung Galaxy S5, with it’s IP67 certification, features protection from dust and the occasional splash in the water. But what if that protection isn’t enough? Well, the Samsung Galaxy S5 Active could be your solution.
If you spend a lot of time outdoors then the iMAN i3 could be just the phone you need – it is a 4.3 inch, quad-core device with an IP68 waterproof rating.
Archos, maker of myriad inexpensive Android tablets and smartphones, has partnered with outdoor gear company Quechua to produce a new rugged Android smartphone that’s rugged enough to handle the great outdoors. Read on to find out more!
A press image of the Casio Commando 4G LTE has apparently been leaked. Check it out in the rest of the article.
In this Friday Debate, we discuss waterproof, dustproof, and shockproof devices, and what they mean for the Android ecosystem. Join us in the comments.
At CTIA 2013, Android Authority’s Joshua Vergara had some hands-on time with the CAT B15, the latest in Caterpillar’s range of rugged devices.